Have you ever wanted to save something? To keep it with you forever? But you realize you can't. That you can't keep things forever. They die or outgrow or fade away. If you can't keep things forever, then keeping people are more difficult. They die or they leave your life.You can't keep people forever. You can't just keep a person against their will and have them forever, that's not how it works.
But when they do die, it hurts. Like your heart was just squeezed until it's no longer beating, like your stomach being twisted and turned like a washer's washing cycle. Like everything had slowly destroyed itself.
Now tell me, how can you fix it? Fix the broken heart, fix the turned stomach and fix the disaster.
It's like getting a beautiful bouquet of flowers and watching them slowly die. They slowly wither away, but you don't want to throw them out. You don't want to get rid of them because they are beautiful and you hold value from them. Maybe they symbolize love or friendship, maybe they just show that they care for you, whatever it is, it holds value to you and you don't want it to die. Well what's the way to save those withered, valued, beautiful flowers? You hang them upside down, and when the petals start to fall, you spray hair spray to them. That way you're able to keep them. They may not be in their original beauty, but they are still beautiful. They are their newly withered beauty.
For Adeline Melanie she is still heartbroken over her parents and twin's death even after two years. She doesn't know how to move on. She had lost her parents but she had lost her other half, her brother. How could you move on from that? Your brother that was practically everything to you had died. The rest of her siblings seemed to move on, but she doesn't seem to know how to move on. Maybe she just needs a little push. A little push from a boy named Jack that just happens to be her brother's best friend.